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Shure PGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Value-priced to get you into the world of wireless.

The Shure PGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System delivers unmatched performance and ease of use to anyone looking to step up to wireless. The PGX4 receiver has features like Automatic Frequency Selection and Automatic Transmitter Setup that get you up and running, hassle-free. Shure's patented Audio Reference Companding delivers crystal-clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technology. This package includes the PGX4 receiver and the PGX2/SM58 mic/transmitter.

Features Receiver
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup
  • Automatic Frequency Selection
  • 90 selectable frequencies across 18MHz bandwidth
  • 1/4 wave antennas
  • Microprocessor-controlled diversity
  • Channel display LED
  • XLR and 1/4" outputs
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup
  • Multifunction LED indicator (power, lockout, mute, low battery)
  • -10dB pad
  • 8 hours of continuous use with 2 AA batteries
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ShurePGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System

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Good, but could be better.

By John Tseng

from Plano, TX

Comments about Shure PGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System:

After doing research on the Shure PLX series, I decided to buy this product. I had read several comments saying that it does not sound, and many pros say that Shure's PLX series, and even SLX series are no good. But, I from what I gathered from Shure's website, the differences between the series are only the nice features such as battery monitor, rack mountable, and detachable antennas, not the actual wireless signal transmission. Well, I received the product and A/B'd it with a wired SM58 and an Audio-Technica 3000 series. Needless to say, the wired SM58 was the best, but I did not expect the PLX to sound so different from the 3000. The 3000 almost sounded like a wired mic, where it was fairly obvious that the PLX was wireless. On the other hand, the range of the device was great. It was easy to use. It was convenient. The carrying case is wonderful. (The carrying cases lock together when stacked. The receivers also lock together when stacked. Good for multiple channels.) I would not recommend this product for uses where the quality of the audio is a top priority. It worked great for speech, but I did not want my worship leader to sing through this mic.

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Great sound / Minimum Features

Comments about Shure PGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System:

I've put this unit in an install. A steel building where the mic could be down the hall in another room some 200Ft away. We never had a dropout, never any disturbing noise. The steel and distance could have been a problem, but no. The sound is also good, and I'm extremely picky about sound quality. This system is good for "Rockers." But you must read the manual and set the transmitter "pad" to process the capsule at -10dB otherwise you will get some FM clipping which wont sound distorted but instead compressed and "Bad." If you have a screamer/singer go to the next level to get -20dB pad and more attenuation before the broadcast. You get what you pay for. This is the cheapest I would buy. For multiple channels (3+) or serious work, I recommend an antenna-splitter capable system with computer access. Otherwise this is a great mic for the live stage - never a problem (put the receiver onstage, not way over at a mixing board). Fresh batteries!

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Not for the rockers

By Sonny

from Manchester, NH

Comments about Shure PGX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System:

This microphone is perfect for low tone / low volume vocals. However if vocal volume is at a rock level the sound becomes hollow cardboard. I have had to switch back to a corded mic until I can afford a higher level system. If you are a church ministry or lower volume band this is a good mic for you though.

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